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in the 40s and 50s, downtown san francisco 48 degrees. san jose 52. concord reporting partly cloudy skies and current temperature of 50 degrees. today a little bit cooler compared to yesterday for the coast, still some areas of fog. temperatures on track to reach the upper 50s to lower 60s. warmer in santa cruz, back up to the 70s this afternoon. right around the bay patchy fog, high clouds into the afternoon hours, 68 to 73, and the inland spots filtered sunshine could be muggy, temperatures no more 80's but still on the warm side, especially for this time of year. mid to upper 70s for places like livermore, concord and antioch. here is a look at the forecast highs this afternoon, as i mentioned the numbers come down on average about 3 to 6 degrees from yesterday's reading. santa rosa 75, downtown san francisco 67. and san jose 74 degrees. a look ahead, the five-day forecast, not much change. with your weekend we'll cool things off by sunday, no rain clouds in the five-day forecast, but just outside of this we could track rain chances by tuesday
. the traffic in san jose and south bay looks good. we're already getting a little bit of slow traffic on northbound 101. i want to move this up. 237 and 680, a crash not causing a major delay. most of the traffic is going the other way. that's pretty good news for the commute. 6:08. let's go to mark. >>> the fog, a few patches, but much better compared to yesterday. we're also adding a few high clouds to the mix as well from the pacific, but right now the fog advisories in place for the bay itself, the boaters, until 2:00 for a drop-off in visibility with the fog shooting through the bay. current temperatures in the 40s and 50s, downtown san francisco 48 degrees. san jose 52. concord reporting partly cloudy skies and current temperature of 50 degrees. today a little bit cooler compared to yesterday for the coast, still some areas of fog. temperatures on track to reach the upper 50s to lower 60s. warmer in santa cruz, back up to the 70s this afternoon. right around the bay patchy fog, high clouds into the afternoon hours, 68 to 73, and the inland spots filtered sunshine could be muggy,
makovec shows thus big turnout for the -- us the big turnout for the san jose giants' job fair. >> times are tough right now. >> reporter: hundreds of job seekers came hopeful for part- time temp work with the san jose giant. >> trying to make it and survive. >> reporter: not talking about high school kids for the summer. >> i haven't done in? probably 11 years. it's kind of -- nerve-wracking. stomach ache you know. >> reporter: liz perez already has a job but she needs another one to keep up with the rising cost of living. >> everything's going up. but your income. >> reporter: randy ibanez agrees he already works full- time at a warehouse. >> there are a lot of jobs available but then there's a lot of competition though. everyone's looking for a job right now. >> reporter: she has training and ten years experience in promotion and she'll take what she can get. >> retail sales i'm willing to start there. i understand that and learn more about the game just being there. and then move up from there. >> you know we've had such a huge turnout
. >>> well, tomorrow, san jose's new $10 minimum wage goes into effect. it was approved by voters last fall. community and labor leaders hope the increase will bring in more business. >> reporter: with a line that looks like this you know these barista's are hard at work and soon their paychecks will better reflect it. >> i am happy about that. >> reporter: he works two min mum wage jobs and still has to borrow money from his parents but thanks to this initiative the min mum wage will go from $8 to $10. giving thousands of workers a raise. >> i know for me, personally, and my friends it makes a big difference. >> reporter: soon, you will see new signs in store front windows encouraging people to spend the extra money they are earning right here in san jose. this is the logo for the new earn and spend campaign that kicks off tomorrow. >> we know that people increasingly make decisions about where they are going to shop and dine on an ethical bases. >> reporter: and labor unions and businesses are hoping knowing workers are paid fair wages will b
:45 to the public memorial in san jose. can you see members of sheriff department is gathering, the motorcade will be two miles along, a tribute to the two officers killed in the line of duty by an armed suspect. the flag-draped caskets were part of a public viewing with hundreds of mounters came to pay respects to the officers who protected their community for many years. >> first time here that our local officers were gunned down the it is a terrible thing. >> i am paying my respects. it is a good thing people are coming down here and supporting the local police officers. >> public viewing sites will watch the memorial here at santa cruz. kaiser permanente arena opens at 10:00 a.m. and they will show the service live. the delmar theater opens at 11 a.m. with parking at depot park free and the hook-and-ladder trucks will be staged on all overpasses teen santa cruz and san jose with american flags to on the fall were officers. >> cornell, thank you. thousands of people are expected to turnout for the actual memorial service which is at h.p. pavillion in san jose, with a live look outside at p
for weeks. robert handa is live now in san jose with new information on the city's eighth homicide of the year and a very strange circumstances surrounding it. robert. >> very strange. we're at the victim's apartment complex. this management letter was posted on all the units expressing sorrow over stan jacobson's death. but it also says stan brought people here into his life dangerous to his own well being. that is what investigators also believe. >> reporter: people at the hilltop manor city apartment are still reeling over the bizarre circumstances surrounding the disappearance of their friend 69-year-old stan jacobson missing since february 5th but who's body was discovered stabbed to death in his apartment yesterday. today police revealed the person arrested yesterday is 46- year-old regina butler and acquaintance of jacobson and a person seen with him. he talked with butler just before the arrest and confronted her about jacobson's disappearance asking her -- >> what happened to him the night you stayed with him the last night. she says i don't remember. i was on drugs, too d
to have everybody under one roof. >> reporter: the service is being held in san jose because there was no large enough venue in santa cruz. so the procession starts in santa cruz leaving the boardwalk at 8:45 this morning. 200 vehicles will be traveling 33 miles taking highway 17 to 85 to 87. and then exiting on julian street. now, in attendance today here at the pavilion, governor brown, california attorney general kamala harris, and "american idol" finalist james durban who is interest santa cruz is going to be here to perform. it is going to be a three-hour ceremony starting at noon. anne makovec, kpix 5. >>> there will be two locations in santa cruz where people can watch the service on a big screen. one is at the kaiser permanente arena at 140 front street the other at the del mar theater at 1124 pacific avenue. the live video feed from hp pavillion will begin at 11:00. the venues open up at 10:00. no tickets. >>> public transit is available to get to the pavilion. the 17 express bus will run from santa cruz as to san jose on its no
they can to let people watch the memorial. if you cannot make it to san jose you can pay your respects including at kaiser permanente where you can watch the memorial service live and folks are showing up to do that. hours ago, hundreds of police officers let a somber motorcade procession with 200 cars made its way out of santa cruz this morning en route do a public memorial in san jose. five minutes into the trip, this is what the officers saw: hundreds of people lining an overpass to honor two fallen police officers. >> it is very movely and it makes me realize the officers put their lives on the line every day for our community. >> firefighter flew the american flag from their hook-and-ladder truck and stood at attention as the motorcade drove by. another made a sign with batch numbers of the two police officers killed in the line of cute a week and a half ago. >> this is the time when real character shines. it isn't when everyone is good. that is fun. it is in the troubled times that our true character shows up. i believe we have it. >> it is unfortunate this had to happen. >> the
. if you cannot make it to san jose you can pay your respects including at kaiser permanente where you can watch the memorial service live and folks are showing up to do that. hours ago, hundreds of police officers let a somber motorcade procession with 200 cars made its way out of santa cruz this morning en route do a public memorial in san jose. five minutes into the trip, this is what the officers saw: hundreds of people lining an overpass to honor two fallen police officers. >> it is very movely and it makes me realize the officers put their lives on the line every day for our community. >> firefighter flew the american flag from their hook-and-ladder truck and stood at attention as the motorcade drove by. another made a sign with batch numbers of the two police officers killed in the line of cute a week and a half ago. >> this is the time when real character shines. it isn't when everyone is good. that is fun. it is in the troubled times that our true character shows up. i believe we have it. >> it is unfortunate this had to happen. >> the sheriff deputies are protecting the study whi
. if you can't change it change your attitude. kpix 5's len ramirez on how some san jose businesses are applying that philosophy to the new minimum wage law. >> reporter: some businesses are raising prices, some cutting back on hours and several businesses are getting together for a new awareness campaign to get people to buy and spend here in san jose as a result of this minimum wage. but businesses that have already raised the minimum wage from $8 to $10 say the impacts are not that bad. starting today, that extra $2 an hour is going into workers' pockets, their bank accounts or back into the economy. >> downtown san jose isn't the cheapest place to live but with extra money i think it goes a long way. >> reporter: phil's coffee near san jose state boosted its employees' pay from $8 to $10 an hour in january and found it was good for business. >> we noticed team members are working harder and giving better service and are happier so the stores got businesses ye? >> he says so far phil's is doing well. >> some have absorbed it. >> there is a un
with american flags. those casket's right now are at h-p pavilion in san jose where the funeral service will take place at noon today. mike pelton is live outside the h-p pavilion with the details. >> 15,000 people can fill h- p pavilion at the funeral is held here in san jose and not santa cruz because such a large crowd is expected. the procession will begin in santa cruz are around 845 this morning. a motorcade will travel along highway 17 to san jose. the memorial service begins at noon and will last about several hours of about 3:00. those in santa cruz and cannot make the trip to san jose the kaiser permanente aery now will open its doors and broadcast the service. you also watch the service on our a live outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things
matters. >> we're following the building is of san jose were police on best again homicide. kron fours jackie sissel is there to get you news faster. >> what is going on jackie? >> the police department is still out here investigating the ninth homicide in san jose so far. this is where the body was discovered around 430 this morning. a call went out a person lying in the middle of the street. they found a body with a single gunshot wound the person was pronounced dead at the same. >> not a lot of victim information other than it was an adult, a hispanic man. crime scene investigators along with homicide detectives are out here. capital road is being shutdown. >> thank you jackie. let us get an update on your forecast tenure traffic. we have an eye on both their it will begin with the weather outlook. good morning erica. >> good morning james. temperatures to be between 2-8 degrees warmer than yesterday. the warming trend continues. i want to focus on your afternoon highs. in the east bay hayward 67. 71 for livermore. down to the south bay sunnyvale low seventies the side for several s
, as well. many who couldn't make it to san jose gathered to watch a live broadcast at kaiser permanente arena. in fact, that was the original site for the memorial before planners realized it was simply too small. >>> while most area law enforcement officers were in san jose, others put their own grief aside to protect a community in mourning. kpix 5's len ramirez on the ones who stayed behind. len. >> reporter: well, ever since the two officers were gunned down, the santa cruz law enforcement community has seen tremendous support both from other allied agencies and the community as a whole. and that continued again today. but while the officers were away honoring the fallen officers, the criminal element apparently came forward to take advantage. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the west branch in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe that someone was taking ad
in concord. 73 for napa. low 70s santa rosa. down into the south bay san jose you're checking in at 70 degrees. 69 in mountain view. 71 as we go inland for livermore. 70s for concord as well. the extended forecast as we get through today it's going to be a nice one and then tomorrow just as nice. but the warming trend continuing the over night lows will begin to bump up the afternoon highs will continue as well. by wednesday it looks like we peak 76 degrees temperatures in the afternoon. we remain dry on thursday and it looks like the try pattern will continue into the weekend. >>> a modern twist on an age old process. how social media is playing a role in the process of finds a new pope and what is being done at the vatican now to keep technology out. >>> hundreds of couples stay parked in a public display of affection. >>> but let's take you outside. a live look at 101 in san francisco. reminder if you are driving in san francisco today, part of the embarcadero will be closed from the ballpark down toward fish -- down toward fisherman's wharf. time now is 7:10. >>> welcome back on th
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
butler in hostage negotiation training. >>> the memorial for the two officers will be held at san jose's hp pavilion next thursday march 7 at noon. the service was moved to handle what is expected to be a large crowd. >>> today more than a dozen people who can't afford health insurance are getting some much- needed care for free. doctors and nurses at kaiser permanente in san francisco are volunteering their services to perform free surgeries. about 30 patients have been selected to receive those treatments. the organization operation access is spearheaded today's effort. this is the 20th year the group has provided free surgical care. >> you talked about it at the top of the newscast. a beautiful sunrise. let's turn it over to rose mary and see what we're looking forward to today. >> a good looking day. not as warm as we have been. those days are over. yesterday was the warmest day. into the 70s yesterday. today, widespread 60s. again, we will see the filtered sunshine. high clouds overhead. already, this morning, we will continue for your afternoon, and giving you a view there, of sa
. >>> 7:08. hey, sal, you are watching san jose. how are they doing? >> well, right now not too bad. although we're watching it closely. things are getting busier. we're also looking at the commute. but the fog is kind of a little bit of a story earlier this morning. it was absolutely clear here and it seems to be moving around. there seems to be more fog today than yesterday. just keep that in mind. some areas are clear, others are foggy. moving along and taking a look at the commute at the toll plaza, westbound, 25-minute delay. it's been steady for that length of time before you make it past the metering lights. if you are driving from livermore to pleasanton, the drive here is okay. and then from hayward to fremont, we're getting a little bit of slow traffic there as well. >>> 7:09. let's get to -- let's go to rosemary. >> more widespread fog. take a look. i am getting this might be san francisco. you can't tell. san francisco, oakland -- it is san francisco, i'm being told. but again, we have overcast skies. some of us dealing with patchy dense fog, once again. i'm starting out
from yesterday's high of 68. 64 in san jose falling tonight to 45 degrees throughout the valley. back into allen rock as well. upper 30s, getting out that extra blanket. low 40s in livermore, cooler tonight. the trough, looking out towards mount diablo. more areas in the bay area. not so much from this trough but upstream. that is a little stronger and dump about an inch of rain throughout the bay area midweek with cooler temperatures. play along at home. here is your future cast on monday. we begin to clear out ever so slightly. then, here comes the precipitation by tuesday evening. slicing from the north to the south. all right, for your monday, back to work forecast. middle 60s, dry conditions, dry throughout most of the state. dry here as well with sunshine. once the morning clouds move out we are talking about temperatures, oh, that san jose number was way off. 65 in san skwroes's. otherwise this is your extended forecast. rain begins on tuesday night. up to an inch. the snow level on wednesday. 3500 feet. cooler numbers and dry afte
, the official memorial is in san jose. for many who can't attend tomorrow, they paid their final respects tonight. more than 400 community members had a rare intimate chance to say their goodbye to the first santa cruz police officers ever killed in the line of duty. >> in my heart i knew i had to be here. how i felt. and that they are my heros. >> reporter: in a small room sat two flag draped caskets, carrying remains of elizabeth butler, and lauren baker. inside, person after person was left trying to figure out why. >> just walk out with such an overwhelming feeling of what a terrible waste of two great human buildings lives. >> the family members and fellow officers had a private viewing earlier this week. tonight, a chance for friends, and strangers to start the healing process. >> tremendous. it's helping people heal a little bit. get a little bit of closure. it's going to take a while, of course. >> reporter: it will take a while for james to heal. >> i heard the sirens on the day it happened. hearing the news was really tough, and this just kind of made it more real. >> it has the
're going to show you a ghost-like image people are talking about. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where a sex offender broke into a woman's home this morning. we'll tell you what police found in his pockets. >> and we're live in lafayette high above highway 24 where traffic is starting to pick it up. we'll tell you who they are coming up as mornings on 2 continues. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. >>> it is 7:29. we are tracking overnight news in san jose where a registered sex offender has been arrested after a break in at a home. live now with more on the burglary that has an entire neighborhood on edge this morning. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors are disturbed this happened. they are applauding police's efforts how quickly they nabbed the suspect. and when they caught him they found on his
the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ ♪ death of an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose >>> bizarre twist in the stabbing death 6 an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose police are trying to explain why they missed the body when they searched the man's apartment. kpix 5's mark sayre explains how one mystery got solved right before the suspect's eyes. mark. >> reporter: family members have been looking for him for more than a month. police even made a visit to the apartment. nobody found him even though he was right there the entire time. 69-year-old stanley jacobson was last seen by his family on february 4th and now, more than a month later, police have arrested regina butler and charged her with murder. his granddaughter says the family has always suspected butler, who the family believed to be homeless. >> and latched on to a senior that had an apartment and some place for her to hide out in and, you know, he's --you know, diminished capacity. >> reporter: police now say they believe jacobson's body had been in his u
the teachers want to provide. >> students in san jose are completing their art project and using expensive art supplies that the district doesn't pay for. because of a new state law students cannot be charged a fee or be required to bring supplies trouble makers home. but the supplies have to come from somewhere says this art teacher. >> this year we only had $500 for the school year compared to other schools. yesterday i bought color pencils for my art 2 class. just on that i spent $85. >> which he charged to his personal credit card and hopes for reimbursement. >> i want to make sure we are giving the kids an equal chance. that's why i will dip into my pocket. >> the law is the result of an american civil liberties lawsuit and is designed to insure that free public education remains free. >> i think clxxv -- 1575 is a good law. if public education is not free, it puts students with less means at a greater disadvantage. when you factor in enrichment activities ited as to it. >> the problem real is california is 49th in spending per pupil and a lot o
in the 30s and 40s this morning. we'll warm it up up to about the 50s. 37 in santa rosa and san jose, 32-degree, livermore, 38. we've got a nice day on tap for the bay area. today we get highs in the 60s. but the high will migrate closer to the shoreline. as it does, we'll warm well into the 70s this week. the numbers won't set record highs but it will be plenty warm. and the futurecast for today shows a few little watches of clouds stuck to the peninsula. aside are the that, as time marchs on, the clouds melt and we look at a sunny day today. a few clouds drift in later in the day for monday, but for monday, sunday lives up to its name. it looks mighty nice. if you're headed out of the bay area, a few clouds in the central valley. 57 at lake ha -- tahoe. 69 at oakland and 67 in mountain view. extended forecast, sunshine all over the place for the bay area with readings warming into the mid-70s midweek. by next weekend, we'll cool it off a little bit with numbers coming back down into the upper 60s range, but there's not a drop of rain. are we g
at 8:30. >>> san jose police shot and killed a suspect on 85 and through city street ises -- 1eu streets. >> two -- through city streets. >> they say the 25-year-old suspect caught their attention when he was driving around erratically. they chased him and backed off when it was too dangerous to follow into a residential neighborhood. soon a second chase started when they spotted him again. they saw a gun. and he through out a baseball bat and women's purse. he kept driving with a blown out tire and rammed three police cars. >> i saw the guy laying object on the ground. >> there was like 30, 40 cop cars out there. >> the officers who fired the shots are described by police as veterans. as part of standard procedure. they are placed on paid leave. >>> they shot and killed a man who was a stolen car suspect. as we first reported here yesterday on "mornings on 2", daly city police pursued the suspect near candlestick park. and we are learning the passenger surrendered immediately. the driver ran out and ran with the gun. he pointed the weapon at both san francisco and daly city poli
. crime concerns are much lower in san jose and san francisco. and you can find the full results of that poll on our website, >>> well, oakland police did have something to celebrate today. they recovered a priceless piece of california history taken in a brazen museum burglary. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us the case is far from closed. >> reporter: the jewelry box is exactly where it should be. it's in the museum behind me but it is still a mystery as to who took it and what were they going to do with it? >> it's been many sleepless nights. >> reporter: it may look like just an expense every jewelry box but this piece of california gold rush history evokes a lot of emotion. it's one of the iconic pieces in this museum. and when the oakland museum of california director got the call yesterday that it had been recovered -- >> i cried. i was in my car, pulled over and burst into tears. >> reporter: oakland police say 45-year-old parolee andre franklin has been charged with possession of stolen property. they have been loo
badly. we can smell it. >> reporter: the mayors of san francisco, san jose, santa clara and others came together on the stadium's northwest plaza to symbolize the bid to bring the super bowl here in 2016. >> there is no greater place to have a super bowl than here in silicon valley. >> it will be a regional effort with regional ben films. >> bring the super bowl here, it will be a regional effort with regional benefits. >> it's an incredible. >> reporter: the heart of the stadium is the new high-tech stadium. after the new orleans super bowl blackout this year, officials will highlight the stadium's energy efficiency. >> we have enough solar panels for our ten home games to be powered by the sun. we'll be net neutral on the grid to home games. that's something nobody else in the world can say in sporting events. >> reporter: despite the stadium being in santa clara and closer to san jose -- >> we're only a long putt from the border of san jose. >> reporter: south bay mayors know san francisco look the marquee name. >> san francisco is an iconic
. he was a wonderful pope. a nice way to recognize. >> san jose is set to hold a special mass tonight. >>> police caught the man in connection with a triple homicide. ammar harris was arrested today by a team of police and federal agents in north hollywood. ammar harris fired five shots into a maserati killing kenneth wayne cherry jr. the maserati slammed into a taxi killing two others. he has an extensive criminal history. >>> police are looking for those involved in a shooting. shots rang out after 10:30 a.m. this morning. just a couple blocks away from the bart station. investigators say no one was injured, though two vehicles were hit by bullets. >>> police have a suspect in custody following a fatal stabbing this afternoon, it happened at a home in what police describe as a quiet neighborhood. someone called 911 about a person with stab wounds. by the time officers arrived the victim had already died. police then took another man into custody who was running from the area. >> we are still talking to witnesses and trying to determine what caused the altercation. we have somebody s
. the fire is 60% contained after burning over 300 acres. >>> the city of san jose is welcoming more than two doesn't more firefighters to their rank despite budget cuts. an $8 million instead grant is paying for this. >> reporter: this is the largest far academy graduating class yet. what it means if truck sitting idle will go back into work. the fire department has 31 newly badged firefighters tonight, and it took them years of preparation and 18 weeks of academy training, but it took an entire department to get them here. >> every member has made a personal sacrifice to allow for us to hire these folks that we desperately need. >> reporter: they put their lives on the line, but now they have put their paychecks online. >> i know that men and women can't wait to get support come sunday so we can relieve brown-outs and do a lot more. >> reporter: this graduating class is a boost that they needed. >> k. c. kegan... >> this is a dream come true. >> he's been chasing the fire sirens ever since he could walk. >> reporter: this is the only woman in the class. >> this is as great welcoming and
the driver of a stolen car. later that day in san jose, police opened fire on a man fleeing from officers at about 3:30 in the afternoon. then in union city, police there killed the suspect at about 10:00 last night. a few hours later, in neighboring hayward, another suspect was shot and killed by police early this morning. ktvu's allie rasmus is live. >> he started out heading this direction toward us. the car drove through this island here. if you take a look at the pavement you can see some of the scrape marks where the hub cap scraped the concrete. it jumped the curve and crashed in to the post on the corner. >> reporter: a tow truck hauled an older model honda away from the crash scene. arthur packman is in jail. >> the officer responded to a threat. what could have happened differently is the driver could have complied. >> reporter: at 3:30 this morning hayward police say an officer tried to pull over packman for speeding but he didn't stop. >> we don't know why other than he didn't want to stay and talk to the officer i guess. >> reporter: police followed the honda to watkins and f
have to mention the sponsor to get the rides for free. >>> san jose police arrested a woman in connection with the robbery at the light rail station last months. jozette rehe yost was arrested and they are looking for her brother jonathan who is homeless. now, this is the surveillance picture of her taken at the station. her brother is accused of stealing the women's purse. >>> the search is for sierra lamar continues one year later. yesterday, volume untears trudged counsel steep hills and there are hundreds of searches since sierra went missing. this man is charged with her kidnapping and murder. >> unfortunately he is saying absolutely nothing and leaving it to everybody else to figure out what happened to this young girl. >>> they had a fundraiser to keep going. and hoping that sierra will one day be found. they want to make sure her name and pictures stay fresh in people's minds. the reward for information as to where she may be is now at $35,000. you can go to for the latest on the search. look understand the sierra lamar
officers chased a man in the streets of san jose before shooting and killing him. several hours later, officers in union city killed a gunman. in each case, the police say they felt as if they were under attack. >> several officers killed this year. you know, at the end of last year, so, yeah it is -- it is disturbing to think that this many people want to take on police officers and kill them or harm them. >> reporter: but, some in the community think officers fear of the public is leading them to shoot too quickly. the police are supposed to protect and serve and watch over us, now it seems like they are watching us rather than watching over us. >> they are all justifying it. it is okay. they did it, we can do it. my own daughter is afraid of the police. >> later this afternoon they identified the driver of the hayward case as a 23-year-old, hayward authorities confirm the passenger was killed by the police gunfire not the crash. >>> the mystery surrounding a teddy bear with a purple heart medal left at a memorial for the officers killed last wee
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headlines now. san jose police trying to find the motive for an early-morning murder. a man was found shot to death near capitol avenue and murtha drive about 3 hours ago. >>> in san francisco, the death of a homeless man at the montgomery bart station now under investigation. the man had apparently been sleeping on top of an elevator and was crushed in the elevator shaft. >> and this is the day minimum wage goes up in san jose. it was 8 bucks an hour. it's now $10 an hour and was approved by about 60% of san jose voters back in november. >>> traffic and weather and weather, think you'll like the weather on this monday, all coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. we still have very big backups this morning trying to get out of half moon bay. it's because of about a five- mile section of highway 92 both directions remaining shut down for a major injury crash. so it's closed between main and highway 35. to get out of half moon bay, you'll have to head south and use highway 84 or head north towards pacifica and sharp park road. that's traff
because we're better. >> in san jose. police say they've solved two recent murders in the city. this person is behind bars, accused of a stabbing a man to death. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim, in his twenties, was found near guadalupe oak grove park on wednesday. and an arrest also made in another murder. this woman is behind bars -- accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death in his apartment. this was the scene yesterday on ironwood drive at the hilltop manor. the victim -- who suffered from dementia-- went missing in early february. police say at some point over the last few weeks, he showed up without anyone noticing. and was killed. this marked san jose's eighth homicide of the year. >> gary: coming of the warriors' game and colin kaepernick signing autographs. and the 49ers stadium looks great >> state senator mark leno and other city leaders, annouced a proposed law which would require both the san francisco and san mateo county boards of supervisors. to vote on whether gun shows could be allowed at the cow palace. and he openly
. >> reporter: in san jose, carol lou. >>> in the last half hour the san francisco symphony announced it was canceling a tour due to the ongoing musician strike. the musicians reject ad proposal by a mediator to resume performances by a cooling off period. today's performance was the fourth straight concert to be canceled since the musicians went on strike on wednesday. the performers are upset over propels by management to freeze their pay with a 1% increase the next two years. >>> grammy winning rapper collapsed on stage last night during a concert in iowa. [ music ] ♪ be my queen if you know what i mean ♪ >> his real name is anthony terrell smith with his hit wild thing. concert goers say paramedics attended to the rapper as he lay on the stage. there are reports he suffer ad seizure but his representative has not committed on his condition. he collapsed on stage once back in 2009 and again in 2011. in the meantime rapper lil' wayne continues to recover from a seizure he suffered on friday. nicki minaj, drake and birdman paid him visits in the hospital over the weekend. repor
of workers in san jose got a $2 pay hike as the city raised minimum wage. it will take time for witnesses to evaluate the cost. but as robert honda shows us for many, the boost in pay and moral was immediate. >> reporter: phils coffee is one of many san jose businesses that raised the minimum wage from $8 to $10 an hour, approved by voters in november after a vigorous campaign lead by students. >> have enough to help my dad out he doesn't have to work two jobs any more i can hell within the groceryeven -- help out with groceries. >> get to live a little more. get nice food. >> reporter: getting the estimated 53,000 workers effected is part of the overall strategy. >> we will have additional $70 million of spending in the city due to the wage increase. it will lift up the economy. >> reporter: some business owners expressed concern the pay hike would hurt their bottom line. but phil's coffee owner, raised wages early. >> from what we've seen, actually, workers are working harder, they are more positive, greater customer service and business has increased. >> reporter: the employer said it
the warriors continue their seven game home stand against the new york knicks on monday night.>> the san jose sharks looked to rebound from wednesdays loss as they hosted the saint louis blues at the shark tank. it was a tightly contested game that headed into overtime. but in the end it only took 72 seconds for saint louis to score and take home the win. scott gomez had a goal and an assist for the sharks. this is the ninth time in the last eleven games that the sharks have lost to the blues. now the sharks head to colorado for tonight's showdown with the avalanche. >> construction continues on the 49ers new stadium in santa clara. and the team has already sold three- quarters of the seats. fans and corporations have bought 403-million- dollars face worth of tickets. the nners require fans to buy seat licenses that cost between two-thousand and 80-thousand-dollars per season. and then purchase season tickets that cost 850 to 3,750 dollars each year. the total cost to build the new stadium is one point two billion dollars. kron 4's dan kerman shows us how the new stadium is quickly coming alo
in the 50s for san francisco and half moon bay to around 70 and san jose 64 and santa rosa. in the 60s the current temperatures. forecast for tonight we'll go with this, fair skies and a breeze and tomorrow we'll gradually thicken up the cloud cover and tuesday, wednesday, fairly good chance of more rain showers, not a big deal, not the much needed significant rain we need but still, showers moving into the region. first thing tomorrow morning, partly cloudy and temperatures on the cool side upper 30s to 40s. san francisco 48 and fremont 45 and starting out sunday or monday morning 44. here is the next storm tracking out here in the pacific developing and by the time it gets to the bay area it will split. we don't expect extreme rain but tomorrow it's dry but you'll notice filtered sunshine throughout the day tomorrow and mild conditions. tuesday the system is close enough to bring in more clouds, chance of scattered showers and off on on tuesday into wednesday especially for the wednesday morning commute. here is our forecast model. we'll take t
and san jose, livermore, and santa rosa, you may get to 80 degrees tomorrow. find out the rest of the 7-dha forecast coming up in a few short minutes. >> thank you, paul. some bay area surfers are fighting to get the beach back. joe vasquez on why surfers claim a billionaire is blocking off mother nature. >> this is a beautiful area down here that, you know, people should be able to enjoy. >> but enjoying martin's beach is not so easy anymore. outsiders from fishermen to surfers have been coming here for most of the last hundred years, at times paying to access the beach, but the new property owner put up a gate blocking public ak stoesz a private road. >> it's pretty simple. just open the gate. we'll pay whatever fee you want us to pay. >> walt wait a minute. don't we have a law protecting public access to beaches. >> absolutely. that -- that had also e always been the case at lar tin's beach. >> the law is called the coastal act. a local group filed a lawsuit today gerns the owner claiming he's in violation. >> the people are allowed to ak stoesz coast. we don't -- we don't view this
this morning. >> people working in san jose was the minimum wage go up today. workers will be getting $2 more bringing it to $10 an hour. city council meant sam liccardo says it is good for employees but in the long run could have a negative impact on small businesses. >> for many small businesses this will be a very significant challenge. we are doing what we can to help them through with efforts like startup san jose which always permit fees to allow small businesses to move into empty storefronts. we would do everything they can to support small businesses. this transition could be challenging for them. >> this increased goes for both part-time and full-time employees and it also includes those working on tips. we're taking a look of the minimum wage around the bay area and the states that the bar at $8 an hour. meanwhile sampras's go as high as minimum-wage in the country at $10.55. now san jose checks in at $10 an hour. >> police in oakland are searching for a witness to the fatal shooting of the san francisco man dead. it happened early yesterday morning in the area of ninth and clay st
with information about the case is asked to contact san jose police. >>> a report of sexual battery on a bay area campus has police warning students tonight and asking for the public's help. eric rasmussen tells us this all took place in the shower stall of a women's locker room and shows us what's being done to find the suspect. >> reporter: the timing and location inside the wellness center has some students on edge. >> especially in the like in such a -- you know private area that you would never think or assume that would happen in. >> reporter: just after noon on saturday, police say a female student was showering in a locked stall when she felt someone grabbing her from behind. they say the suspect even tried to cover the victim's mouth to keep her from screaming but she was eventually able to fight off her attacker who got away by crawling under a shower stall divider the same way he got in. >> that's crazy, that's terrible. >> reporter: today several students told us they received an e-mail alert about the crime. >> getting that e-mail yesterday, that made me freak out because i go like t
suspect by san jose plus. the officer who fired the faith shot wounded a murder suspect during a shoot out in november. police say the officer, a five-year veteran, shot a man after officers confronted him. they say the driver tried to run down the officer so he fired. you can see where it happened in this area. in november, the officer shot a man suspected of robbery and new december after a police chase and gun battle that left another officer wounded. >> santa clara is moving failure with the bid to host the super bowl at the new 49ers stadium in 2016 or 2017. the city council voted unanimously last night to offer concessions to the nfl. santa clara will waive a 10 percent hotel tax on the 350 rooms the nfl stack occupy and waive a 10 percent ticket surcharge and two other smaller fees. officials hope it will make the bid more attractive and competitive with miami, the other finalist to hope the super 50. representatives take the pitch to the nfl on may 21 and abc7 news reporter will have a live report at the top the hour the. >> it is expected to be a tense gathering when hewlet-packar
's chris from san jose who just arrived here at the search center. you have your vest on. are you leady -- you are ready to go. why do you keep coming down here? >> i'm coming down to give back to the community president that's what i like to do is help and give until my heart bleeds out this is a great cause to come out and help and we urge people to come help. the more the better. still going on. we have big turn outs most days. it's every saturday. it's just something good to do. >> reporter: what continues to give you hope you will be able to find her? >> the family. we have hope as the family does and we want to keep the family keeping hope and that's why we do this. >> reporter: thank you. one of the volunteer searches who will take part. also want to point out this ongoing search has been oed by the class kids foundation. they have planned a child safety and fundraising event that will happen later today that. at niles hall and that goes from one in the afternoon until five in the afternoon and then of course following that news conference the family will hold at nine here. in
baltimore police commissioner and spent 28 years with san jose police. he will have broad authority in oakland and can even ask for the police chief to be fired. >>> and noelle walker joins us now. >> reporter: we've seen some picture taking and heard some oohs and aahs over this last dress rehearsal. tomorrow night it's show time. for most of us the bay bridge is transportation, engineering, utility. for artist leo villareal it's a canvas he's painting with the lights. >> i just wanted the bay bridge to shine in the nation's conscious one more time. >> reporter: practice sessions started in january, tonight the artist is hold up in a dark hotel room working on the finishing touches to turn thousands of lights into dancing art. >> if the tests are you know even a portion of what the real thing is going to be. it's going to be good. >> reporter: the installation extends over 1.8 miles of the western span. 25,000 white l.e.d. lights will transform into moving sculpture from dusk to 2:00 a.m. never repeating the same pattern. the artists inspiration comes from the birds, tides, clouds
number 8. >> go bruins. we are up there at least. >>> 6:22, violent crimes are on the rise in san jose, how people are now taking the law into their own hands. >>> the elderly woman of the -- the family of the elderlwoman is supporting the nurse's decision to not to intervene. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. . >> welcome back, the family of the woman who died at glenwood facility who died in baker's field died and a 911 nurse refused to do cpr saying it was against the policy. the family said it was our beloved mother's wish to die and she was fully aware they did not offer trained medical staff. >>> violent crimes on the rise and police want to teach citizens how to fight back. they are hosting a forum on crime prevention and some topics include what to do when you see a crime and how to avoid becoming a victim. it will be
. and a around 40 in the san jose. mid 40's by the bay and looking nice and the south bay with upper 60s and low 70's. santa clara. the same formal pieces and the almaden valley concord, walnut creek 70's in oakland. watch as they climb. the wednesday will be the warmest day. a few extra clouds by saturday. >> construction continues on the 49ers new stadium in santa clara. and the team has already sold three- quarters of the seats. fans and corporations have bought 403-million- dollars worth of tickets. the new stadium requires fans to buy seats that cost between two-thousand and 80-thousand-dollars. and then purchase season tickets that cost 850 to 3,750 dollars each year. the total cost to build the new stadium is one point two billion dollars. we're just 70 days away from this $1.2 billion project is under construction for 11 months. >> the electricity and it does not take a lot of imagination to see what this is going to look like. it is really come a long way. >> the project executive to amuse media on the tour. >> we can see concrete, steel work and plumbers, masons, sheet rock the interio
on march fifth. >>> now to the south bay where the san jose police has new officers. john sasaki tells us when the new officers will be on the street and what challenges they face. >> reporter: those present cheered on their loved ones. >> we need your commitment, dedication and enthusiasm. >> reporter: two women and 41 men had their family and friends pin on their new badges then they were all sworn in. >> it's just an honor to be an officer now with the san jose police department. >> reporter: 31-year-old julian taylor worked previously for a phone and cable company. >> san jose police department gave me a great opportunity and they're filled with opportunities. it's a great city and wonderful people from the training officers and everybody i've met here. so just really excited. >> reporter: his parents were by his side all through this process. >> i'm worried but i am so proud of my son. and he's with a fine department. >> reporter: chuck reed is thrilled to have a new class but acknowledges there's a tough task ahead. >> we have crime going up, of course property crimes are going up a
by lunchtime. by noon we could be in the low '70's toward lemon or, of fairfield and possibly san jose. the yellow is not nearly as widespread as what we had yesterday. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, temperatures will drop back down into the 50s. after an highs, a 73 lot, 73 santa clara, mid-70s fairfield and concord, up 68 richmond. downtown san francisco 68, 76 and napa up. satellite and radar shows that we have some locally dense fog. high pressure moving too our east but it is not as and controlled. temperatures will be gradually cooler headed into the weekend. still above the seasonal average. changes to talk about, what weather back in the forecast tuesday and wednesday. >> 8:18 a.m. at a newly unsealed documents reveal that the man charged with threatening to kill state senator leeland yee allegedly sent an e-mail calling himself a trained marine sniper with 39 confirmed kills in afghanistan. the e-mail also says a don't make me get to 40 kills. this is average bissaeverett tobasham from an earlier court appearance. the mail came from senator is the word on gun-control legislation. bash
. a 2-inch gas main this afternoon collapsed because of construction work. it happened at san jose avenue and duncan street near st. luke's hospital. now we just spoke to a pg & e official who says the pipe broke after a construction crew dug a deep trench without shoring up the wall. the pipe twisted and broke. this all happened around 3:15 and pg & e crews stopped the flow of gas in about an hour. the evacuations and shelter in place order were lifted in the last hour. streets in the area have also been reopened but four apartment buildings are without gas but repairs should be finished by 7:00 tonight. >>> now back to the death of venezuelan president hugo chavez. he's been sick for some time and he was only 58 years old. robert handa is live with the reaction of the venezuelan community here. >> reporter: well today that atmosphere shifted a bit as news came that the venezuelan leader had died. today venezuela's vice president lashed out at the country's enemy. chavez's declining health loomed over the country. >> there was this feeling that he really was already dead. but the
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